Beautifully award winning 4 star Yorkshire Dales luxury bed and breakfast set in the quaint village of Askrigg. Double, twin and family rooms, choice of breakfast
Holmedale B&B in the Yorkshire Dales has been recently refurbished to a very high standard, yet retains many of its original features, including a stunning wood panelled hallway. We offer modern facilities including luxurious en-suite bedrooms, beautifully spacious rooms and wonderfully comfy beds. Enjoy a delicious choice of breakfasts made from fresh local produce wherever possible and the eggs we use are all free range. We ask that you place your breakfast order before 9pm the night before so we can be sure to cater for your every need.
Holmedale bed and breakfast is located in the charming village of Askrigg in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village has a range of amenities including a local shop with tea room, a cafe, three pubs, a restaurant and a church. Perhaps the village is best known as Darraby in the popular TV series 'All Creatures Great and Small' and is home to Skeldale House, which was the veterinary practice of James Herriot. This is the perfect base from which to explore the majestic beauty of the Yorkshire Dales and we are only too happy to provide a dry space for waterproofs after your long walks and bike rides in the local area. This beautiful accommodation is perfect for Yorkshire Dales short breaks.
All guest rooms at Holmedale have en-suite facilities, flat screen TV and DVD, tea and coffee making facilities, clock/radio, shaving point and hairdryer. Luxury towels are provided, all our pillows and mattresses are hypoallergenic and duvets are duck feather and down filled, but we can provide a hollow fibre duvet on request. Our four rooms range from double, twin and family, all are comfortably decorated and offer the perfect place to enjoy a great nights sleep!
We have a non smoking policy throughout. Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate pets. There is parking available on the cobbles in front of St Oswalds Church, or in front of Holmdale, just on the road.